For teachers and young people from nursery to university

Scuilwab - leuk efter yer leid

Hoo are ye feelin?

Ye micht be disjaskit, scunnert or dumfoonert wi aw the wark ye hae tae dae. If ye are at a scuil far frae hame, ye micht be fleggit or hame-drauchit.

If ye are haein an interestin time ye micht be sonsie, cantie, blithe (blide in Shetland) or thankrife.

Is there onie music that maks ye feel better or jees ye up? Tell us aboot it.

Some fowk are aff-haun an aff-takkin or birsie, hoo dae they mak ye feel?

Let us ken hoo yer best freen is feelin an why?

Scots in aw its moods

Try readin an extract frae Winnie-the-Pooh in English an than read hoo it is owerset.  Winnie-the-Pooh in Scots is owerset be James Robertson.  Dae the different voices mak the characters seem different?

In the 'Kist/Chiste' anthology (publisht in 1996 by Thomas Nelson and sons Ltd in pairtnership with the SCCC) ye wull find poems demonstratin monie casts, sic as:

'The Hen's Lament' by Sheena Blackhall

'Colour Prejudice' by Doris Watt

'The Puddock' by J.M.Caie

'A pan drop man' by Raymond Vetesse. 

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Readers stories

Sangs, stories, ploys an puzzles for early years an new Scots lairners.
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